Posts Tagged ‘CNN’

  • Gaddafi family launches PR campaign with TV interviews featuring Saif al-Islam and Aisha while Gaddafi threatens Europe
    The Gaddafi’s are obviously on a PR campaign to win sympathy. And from the look of their dress, both Aisha and Saif are hoping to appeal to the traditional world. Saif has a new beard and North African robes in contrast with his college boy look shown in the photo below taken from a CNN interview the first days of the conflict. Aisha appeared for her French TV interview...
    by at July 1st, 2011 at 10:07 am
  • Safiya Gaddafi phones CNN to complain about treatment of her family
    In her latest show of chutzpah, Mrs. Safiya Gaddafi, wife of Muammar, talked in arabic with CNN about the plight of her poor family at the hands of NATO and the rest of the world. From the hysteria in her voice, I would guess she is still in Libya and not tucked away safely in Tunisia or Vienna as previously rumored. Safiya complains about the treatment of her family and...
    by at May 29th, 2011 at 04:05 pm
  • Eman Al-Obeidi talks to CNN after escape to Tunis in amazariyah traditional headdress
    Similar to amazariyah. This taken in Morocco by David Sutherland Nic Robertson tells some of Eman Al-Obeidi’s story in this CNN interview. Eman shows CNN how she put on a traditional white Libyan headdress called an amazariyah which covers all but one eye. The amazariyah was given to her by the mother of a friend as a disguise during the car journey from Tripoli...
    by at May 8th, 2011 at 03:05 pm
  • Eman Al-Obeidi escapes Libya to Tunisia
    Eman Al-Obeidi being interviewed by Nic Robertson CNN in Tripoli weeks ago Twitter is burning up with the latest news of the Libyan heroine, Eman Al-Obeidi. She escaped Tripoli, Libya with the help of a defecting military officer and his family, crossing the Dahibah border disguised “in a local manner.” There were no challenges and she entered Tunisia without...
    by at May 8th, 2011 at 08:05 am
  • Eman Al Obeidi surfaces for interview in car with CNN
    Eman Al Obeidi in car CNN http://goo.gl/OB0t1 note: only brief excerpt.
    by at April 21st, 2011 at 02:04 pm
  • NPR and CNN Anderson Cooper interviews with Eman al-Obeidi
    Human Rights Now Kidnap, rape, escape, arrest, detention, release, re-arrest, harassment and finally despair. That’s the sad journey of Eman al-Obeidi who stormed onto the world stage at the Hotel Rixos in a desperate attempt to tell her story to international journalists. Here are two links interviews bringing the latest in a heroine’s journey that seems...
    by at April 5th, 2011 at 10:04 am
  • No Wesley Clark. No legal mandate for invasion. Libya for Libyans
    No Wesley Clark! No legal mandate for invasion of Libya by West. Libyan people don’t want military intervention. Libya! Libya for Libyans! Listening to Wesley Clark gave me the chills. He did save himself at the end of the Anderson Cooper interview by saying that measured steps would achieve the best results for the Libyan people. Now that we know that the eyes of...
    by at February 28th, 2011 at 10:02 pm
  • Watch English interview by CNN Turk with Saif al-Islam
    This interview by Turkish CNN journalist Cuneyt Ozdemir with Gaddafi’s son Saif al-Islam is a must see. It is in English, filmed in front of huge map of Libya. Saif is animated and desperate to be believed. “Most of Libya is calm. All of the south is calm. All of the central coast is calm. Only two small areas of combat in the west.  Benghazi is in chaos....
    by at February 25th, 2011 at 09:02 am
  • Where do I get my news on Libya?
    Tweetosphere is vital. There are several links to follow but Retweeting keeps you in touch with most of the news that is coming out of Libya as well as what’s being said around the world. Check these sources out. Or follow me on Twitter @LVworldview for a my summary. I follow: (this list is far from complete sources for Libya. But I get hundreds of tweets a day from...
    by at February 24th, 2011 at 11:02 am